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John G Christensen, Thomas R Hektner, Steven L Olson: Method and apparatus for sealed, sterile connection. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Garrettson Ellis, Paul C Flattery, January 25, 1977: US04004586 (55 worldwide citation)

First and second sealed, sterile containers, having respectively communicating first and second fluid transfer tubes, the tubes having diaphragms occluding the bores thereof, may be connected together in sterile manner for the sterile transfer of the contents of one container to the other. To accomp ...


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Richard G Dedo: Respiratory assist device. Powell L Sprunger, January 25, 1977: US04004579 (54 worldwide citation)

A respiratory assist device comprising, a garment of flexible material extending around the lower region of a wearer's rib cage, and a plurality of elongated compression straps retained on the garment. The straps have separate sets of circumferential side portions located on the garment adjacent opp ...


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Sheila A Geaney: Facially-worn breathing filter. Alleraid Company, Bruns & Jenney, January 25, 1977: US04004584 (54 worldwide citation)

A nasal filter has a filter layer of very fine monolayer metallic mesh supported on either side by a support layer of coarser metallic mesh, the layers being shaped to cover the lower or nostril portion of the nose. A relatively narrow band of flexible sheet material impervious to the passage of air ...


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Homer H Glascock Jr, John M Anderson: Electrodeless fluorescent lamp. General Electric Company, Jack E Haken, Joseph T Cohen, Jerome C Squillaro, January 25, 1977: US04005330 (53 worldwide citation)

An electrodeless fluorescent lamp adapted for economical substitution in place of an existing incandescent lamp comprises an ionizable medium contained within a phosphor coated globular envelope. A closed loop magnetic core transformer, contained within a reentrant cavity in the base of the envelope ...


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Alan Moana Alexander: Apparatus for flushing ova from cows or mares. Wrightson NMA, January 25, 1977: US04004588 (53 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for use in flushing ova from cows or mares includes inlet and outlet tubes, which are preferably one within the other, a flexible conduit attached to the end of one of the tubes, an opening in the other tube at that end and a stylet to pass through the one tube and flexible conduit to stif ...


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William L Hartman: Scouring compositions. The Procter & Gamble Company, George W Allen, Ronald L Hemingway, Richard C Witte, January 25, 1977: US04005027 (53 worldwide citation)

Stable, fluid, hard-surface scouring cleansers containing bleach, clay, abrasive, surfactant, buffer and water. Such compositions combine the stain and soil removal properties of a strong active chlorine bleaching agent and bleach-stable surfactant in a false body abrasive cleanser having desirable ...


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Allen Wihksne: Glove package box with interchangeable identification. Arbrook, John Simkanich, January 25, 1977: US04004691 (52 worldwide citation)

A box for holding and enclosing a plurality of fixed size and character packages, from amongst a plurality of predetermined character packages, is provided having preferably six sides, each rectangularly shaped and positioned to define a rectangular enclosure. A bottom end may be provided to close o ...


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Gunter Bucking: Process for the continuous production of particle board. Bison werke Bahre & Greten & Co KG, Craig & Antonelli, January 25, 1977: US04005162 (52 worldwide citation)

Process and apparatus for the continuous production of chipboards, fibreboards, or the like from lignocellulose containing particles mixed with binders, which particles are strewed onto an endless conveyor belt forming a mat or fleece, which mat is subsequently introduced into a press and compressed ...


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Hiroki Sato, Hiroh Takahashi: Method and apparatus for producing a composite still picture of a moving object in successive positions. Sony Corporation, Lewis H Eslinger, Alvin Sinderbrand, January 25, 1977: US04005261 (51 worldwide citation)

A storage-type image pick-up tube having a shutter associated therewith and a memory device are synchronously operated to produce a composite video signal which, when repeatedly applied to a video monitor or other image display device, provides a composite still picture of a moving object in an init ...


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Kirk E Jennings: Decometer. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Richard S Sciascia, Ervin F Johnston, John Stan, January 25, 1977: US04005282 (51 worldwide citation)

A portable decompression computer, which is capable of providing a diver's current depth and safe-ascent depth, comprising a source of energy, for energizing various components of the computer. A micro processor is energized by the energy source. A clock generator times various components of the com ...